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Christmas cards were sent by Bert Shill to his family from overseas during WW1.
One of the stories that my Grandmother told me was that my Grandfather's family immigrated to Quebec from Europe in 1903. She said that after they were
My Uncle Stanley Charles Lethbridge went to Canada and while my husband and I have been traveling here we visited Halifax Pier 21, I asked if my Uncle
I am trying to trace two sisters who travelled to Montreal in 1908. Christina has proved the most elusive, and for Annie, it is her marriage and details
Searching Canadian passenger lists from 1921-1931 many third-class boys are listed in care of BICA
My father was one of these young boys. He was sent to a farm in Howick Quebec when he first arrived. He was very disappointed with the poor treatment
I emigrated to Canada in the spring of 1964, arriving in Montreal on May 6 after a voyage of seven days. Although I never did find out all the salient
My Grandfather A.Clark and his brothers James and John traveled to Canada to seek their fortune between 1906 and 1910, I know the time is fairly accurate